I have a soft spot for 'Jimmy Aaja'. It's quite probable though, that this is due to me liking M.I.A. and having heard her reworking of the song prior to the original. Bappi's is cheesy as hell, but memorable and kind of fun.
Elsewhere... well, 'Disco Dancer' [review]  is a bit of a weird one. The music is Bappi Lahiri at his best, or worst, depending on whether or not you like his 80s disco output. I don't, for the most part. Stuff like the oft-lauded title track and 'Yaad Aa Raha Hai' tends to leave me cold. There's also his incessant stealing of other people's songs, which I don't object to in principle, as long as the end result is good and not horrible. His version of The Buggles' 'Video Killed the Radio Star'... I'm not having that, at all.
But then I look at the mind-bogglingly camp YouTube clips, and all the above songs suddenly start to make more sense. Go figure.
1. Vijay & Chorus: I Am A Disco Dancer
2. Parvati Khan: Jimmy Jimmy Jimmy Aaja
3. Usha Uthup, Bappi Lahiri & Chorus: Auva Auva Koi Yahan Nache
4. Kishore Kumar & Chorus: Ae Oha Aa Zara Mudke
5. Bappi Lahiri: Yaad Aa Raha Hai
6. Nandu Bhende & Chorus: Krishna Dharti Pe Aaja Too
7. Suresh Wadkar & Usha Mangeshkar: Goron Ki Na Kalon Ki (Happy)
8. Suresh Wadkar: Goron Ki Na Kalon Ki (Sad)